(3) April 2013

Sugar company Rajawali is destroying forest without permission in Malind district

Without the knowledge or consent of local landowners in Kampung Onggari, Malind district, Merauke, subsidiaries of the Rajawali Group are destroying ancestral forest, evicting areas of importance and swamps belonging to the people. It is believed that this has been occurring since the end of 2012. (Pusaka)

Where are the trees?

The globally announced new forest policy of controversial paper giant Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) will save almost no forests in its main base of operations in Sumatra, a new report by the NGO coalition Eyes on the Forest has concluded. (Rainforest News)

Communality as a way of life and resistance

The indigenous Zapotec cultural system of living in harmony with nature coincides with the Andean concept of Good Living. (Latinamerica Press)

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